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Aboriginal and Northern Education

Gabriel Dumont Institute and the Northern Teachers’ Education Program (NORTEP) have partnerships with the universities to offer accredited classes leading to degrees to students of Aboriginal ancestry or from the north.

Gabriel Dumont Institute NORTEP/NORPAC
 Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies Dumont Technical Institute

Check this map to locate the Regional College nearest you.

Affiliated Colleges

Affiliated colleges are similar to federated colleges without becoming academically merged with the university. Most of the Affiliated Colleges are theological colleges. Some of the affiliated colleges offer courses to fill the first and second year Arts and Science requirements for students’ chosen degree programs or to meet the entrance requirements for one of the professional colleges.

St. Peter's College Briercrest College Seminary
College of Emmanuel & St. Chad Horizon College & Seminary
Lutheran Theological Seminary St. Andrew's College

Federated Colleges

There are four Federated Colleges in Saskatchewan. They are located in Saskatoon and Regina. The Federated Colleges are each academically integrated with one of the universities but legally and financially independent. They offer undergraduate Arts and Science degree programs in a variety of areas as well as pre-professional studies.

Campion College Luther College
St. Thomas More College First Nations University of Canada

Private Vocational Schools

Private vocational schools in Saskatchewan offer over 200 vocational training programs to prepare students for employment in a specific occupation.  They are privately owned and operated but must be registered with our Ministry and have approval on their programs.  Another resource for information on private vocational schools is the SaskNetwork website

Regional Colleges

Since 1973, Saskatchewan Regional Colleges have been meeting the needs of people and communities throughout the province, offering people just like you a different way to learn.

Carlton Trail Regional College

Northlands College

Great Plains College

Lakeland College

Cumberland College

Parkland College

Northwest Regional College


*View a map of the Regional College regions.

Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology

The Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology (SIAST) is Saskatchewan's primary public institution for skills training and technical education, recognized nationally and internationally.



Saskatchewan has two universities.  The University of Regina is located in Regina, and the University of Saskatchewan is located in Saskatoon.  They both offer distance education and correspondence courses in addition to those on site.  Both universities offer a range of undergraduate and graduate programs.

University of Regina University of Saskatchewan

Related Links

Here are a number of useful sources of information related to national post-secondary institutions and the programs they offer.

Here's a list of related links to International Institutions.

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